Nardwuar recovering from stroke in Vancouver, according to Twitter

VANCOUVER -- Offbeat celebrity interviewer Nardwuar the Human Serviette is recovering from a stroke in Vancouver.

The humorous TV personality and musician, whose real name is John Ruskin, has the news posted on his Twitter account.

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The posting issued Wednesday night says the 47-year-old YouTube star suffered the stroke at a party in Vancouver.

It also says he's recovering at Vancouver General Hospital.

The nasally voiced Vancouver native is known for his eccentric approach to interviews, which he conducts in a tartan tam cap.

His interview subjects have ranged from Snoop Dogg, Iggy Pop and Katy Perry to Rush's Geddy Lee and former U.S. president Gerald Ford.

Saturday night @Nardwuar suffered a stroke @ Mint Party. He is recovering @ VGH More 2 come. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

— Nardwuar (@nardwuar) December 9, 2015


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